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Oak Creek Golf Club Irvine, California.  Hole 18 Approach
Oak Creek Golf Club Irvine, California. Hole 18 Approach
Oak Creek Golf Club Irvine, California. Hole 12 View from Tee Box
Oak Creek Golf Club Irvine, California. Hole 12 View from Tee Box
Oak Creek Golf Club Irvine, California. Hole 1
Oak Creek Golf Club Irvine, California. Hole 1

Oak Creek Golf Club

Irvine, CA
Reviewed by:  jim90806, Long Beach
I haven’t played here in over a year. They went through some rehab, and some reviews on GK at the time made it seem like it wasn’t in good shape. Also, its been a while since I’ve seen a rate less than $150.
I got out for $105 during the holiday’s, and had a great round.
The place is as I remembered it, well maintained and I really like the layout. It had rained recently so some of the sand traps were GUR (Ground Under Repair), which did help my score a little. Though hitting out of a hard packed, wet sand-trap isn’t much different than hitting off of many municipal fairways (or off of a range mat), so that too helped. I’m mostly stoked for this place because it does offer opportunities, to score well if you’re game is a bit off.  There’s opportunities to either make it up on another hole, or ways to salvage a hole you’re on.  I guess I like it when a golf course gives you a fighting chance.
I think this place offers the right amount of tight fairways to ones that are open that give you some forgiveness.
This is my favorite course right now in LA (ok, Irvine, but whatever).